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Volumes in the collection: Relics of Old Southampton
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Full text:[...] ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. 107 very graceful and flowing lines suggestive of the French Flamboyant Style of Gothic. The original Church stood in the middle of the street, and the foundations of the [...]
Full text:[...] 106 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. happily, time for further consideration of the subject was gained, and the Committee came to see that after all the straight building line was not an essential of the [...]
Full text:[...] 100 ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTHAMPTON. By R. MACDONALD LUCAS, Bargate Chambers, Southampton. Southampton is so rich in buildings of archaeological rather than of strictly archi [...]
Full text:[...] THE STBEETS AND BO ADS OP OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 97 of Southampton and its neighbourhood with her American biographer, Oscar Fay Adams, a friend of the Longfellow family, in order to identify the streets a [...]
Full text:[...] THE STREETS AND KOADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. 95 ironstained sandstone of the Bagshot geological age, not good enough for building purposes. The mount went first and then the rocklike mass below, as I sa [...]
Full text:[...] 82 THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. THE STREETS AND ROADS OF OLD SOUTHAMPTON. By T. W. SHORE, Hon. Organising Secretary of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society; Hon. Organisin [...]
Full text:[...] 78 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON Under these circumstances it is not surprising- that Papermaking in England did not derive advantage from the more inventive genius of Continental nations. Fuller, [...]
Full text:[...] THE FRENCH CHUBCJH IN SOUTHAMPTON. 77 some years previously been instituted as Rector of Millbrook, and thus discharged the twofold and unusual duty of ministering to a Conformist and to a Nonconform [...]
Full text:[...] 76 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON was held in this Church, by command of the King, as also in all the English Churches, in order to beseech the Lord to abate His wrath, and to make His judgments to [...]
Full text:[...] 74 THE FRENCH CHURCH IN SOUTHAMPTON. IV. THE DEATHS. On May 17th, 1570, occurs this entry : " Jerome Dentierre, a young fellow (Jeusne Compaignon), a native of Vanbrechie, near Lille, in Flanders. He [...]
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